Microsoft Explains Windows 10 Continuum In New Ad

Following the launch the Microsoft Lumia 950 just few days ago, one the company's 2015 flagships as well as the first smartphone to run Windows 10 Mobile, Microsoft has released an all-new Ad explaining one of the biggest features introduced in Windows 10, Continuum.

With Continuum, Windows 10 Mobile users will be able to turn their mobile devices in to a PC-like experience, by simply plugging their phones to an external monitor via an HDMI cable, and connecting a wired or wireless keyboard and mouse, or even using their phone's display as a touch input, and get things done or enjoy 
entertainment through a big screen.

Reminder: Continuum will only be available on select premium Windows phones, and only a number of apps are supported for now.

According to Microsoft "Discover how your Windows phone can be a phone that works like a PC. All you need is a monitor and keyboard and you’re ready to do great things".

The Continuum feature is expected to be available on other Windows 10 Mobile devices, once the company begins rolling out the update. Although, more apps are expected to become supported on the big screen in the near future.

Check out Continuum For Phones Ad.